What is a Screw Vacuum Pump
The Screw Vacuum Pump consists of two interlocking screw-shaped rotors that rotate in opposite directions.
This high efficiency system draws vapours in which are trapped between the cylinder and screw chambers then compressed and transported to the gas outlet.
The area in which the units work is 100% oil-free which makes them perfect for applications requiring contamination free operation.
Applications for Screw Vacuum Pumps
Screw vacuum pumps are used in medical, packaging and general industry, pharmaceutical and environmental applications.
Types of Screw Vacuum Pumps
A compressor blower is a type of pump that moves a volume of gas by increasing the gas to a moderately higher level of pressure.
Becker VADS Series
The Becker VADS Series are screw compressors that are direct drive, and are fitted with VARIAIR frequency inverter. This provides variable speed control and 2.1 speed regulation. This unit offers an effective solution to meet high flow/low pressure air challenges.Read More
A vacuum pump moves air, powders, fluids etc, by creating a vacuum.
When air is removed from a sealed space, it creates a pressure deficit which allows the product to flow into that space. In other words, the product moves from a place of higher pressure to a place of lower pressure.